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You can book ferries from Samui Island with AFerry. The ferry routes are operated by Samui Ferry. See the departure boards below for the latest schedules and use the booking form above to book your Samui Island ferry with AFerry.

The island of Samui is located on the East coast of the Isthmus of Kra in Thailand. The island is the second in size of the Chumphon archipelago and has a population of 63000. Samui has a topical monsoon climate and along with 60 other islands surrounding it, form of Ang Thong Marine National Park.

The island combines the jungle tropical mountain Khao Pom with spectacular beaches of turquoise waters, white sand, coconut palms and coral barrier. Samui has a well developed tourist infrastructure. Tourists are attracted precisely by the beauty of its beaches and the practice of diving, the most popular being Chaweng and Lamai beaches. The rainy season occurs from May to November.

Samui appears on Chinese maps of the 17th century and probably began to be populated 1500 years ago by fishermen from the Malay Peninsula and China. The infrastructure of the island began to develop at the end of the last century, and its economy is based on tourism and exports of coconut and rubber.

Bangrak Pier: Koh Samui Routes

Samui Island Terminals

Samui Island has 3 piers from where the operator Samui Ferry provides service, you can buy your tickets online on AFerry:

Samui Bangrak Pier, located to the North of the island, has few shops and restaurants around. It has services to Phangan Thong Sala Pier, Phi Phi Tonsai Pier and Tao Mae Head Pier. Service to Phi Phi includes a 3 hours transfer by bus to Krabi-Donsak Pier dock.

Samui Maenam Pier, located to the North of the island has some resorts around. It has services to Phangan Thong Sala Pier and Tao Mae Head Pier.

Samui Nathon Pier is located in the Northwest of the island. It has service to Tao Mae Head Pier.

How to get there

The most popular methods of transportation on the island are the buses, the "tuk tuks" which are 3 wheels taxis, the "songthaews" which are pick-up trucks for passengers, motorcycles and taxis.

So, book your ferry to and from Samui Island simply and securely with AFerry!

About Ko Samui

Ko Samui is Thailand's second largest island that is situated in the Gulf of Thailand. It's known for palm trees outlining its beaches, mountainous rainforest and coconut groves. Popular tourist destinations include the Big Buddha shrine, Bophut's Fisherman's Village and Wat Plai Laem.

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